Iran builds first specialized oncology clinic
Baku, Azerbaijan, Sept. 22
By Temkin Jafarov - Trend:
Iran is building the country's first specialized clinic for the treatment of oncological diseases, a statement posted on the website of the Iranian channel IribNews says.
The construction is financed at the expense of the funds received from the placement of securities issued by "Waqf" charitable foundation, the article said.
A total area of the clinic will be 11,000 square meters. More than 500 people will be able to receive treatment there.
The first phase of construction will be completed within three years. Afterwards, the conditions will be created for the treatment of 224 people.
The clinic is being constructed in Shahr-e-Ray town, Tehran province. A land area of 19,670 square meters has been allotted for the clinic construction.
The emergency medical service, departments of surgery, radiotherapy, radiology, a laboratory and other departments will operate there.